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CLAN FRASER SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND AND THE UK

CLAN FRASER SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND AND THE UK

Posted: 9 Mar 2002 3:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 28 Nov 2005 10:13AM GMT
Surnames: FRASER
I'VE RECENTLY TAKEN OVER AS EDITOR OF THE CLAN FRASER SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND AND UK AND IF YOU WANT MORE INFORMATION ON US CONTACT ME GRAEME B FRASER AT
graeme@hardwick-fraser.freeserve.co.uk
OR THE MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY MICHAEL FRASER AT Michael.Fraser1@btinternet.com

Re: CLAN FRASER SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND AND THE UK

Posted: 9 Mar 2002 4:34PM GMT
Classification: Query
Dear Graeme:

Thanks for your post.

Welcome as the new editor of the Clan Fraser
Society!

You are most welcome to use this forum
as a means of getting a wider distribution of
news on the Clan Fraser. Rootsweb is one of the
largest genealogy sites in the world. So news items
posted here receive a very wide distribution. I don't mean
to replace your web site or other news forums that you
use but only to supplement it.

I would think items of interest here would include
gathering, reunions, visits by the chief, events that
the Clan is involved in etc.

Thanks again for your post and look forward to
further posts.

Best Regards
John A Hansen
Board Admin

Re: CLAN FRASER SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND AND THE UK

Posted: 4 Nov 2002 6:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Apr 2005 5:30PM GMT
Just saw your names for the Society listed on this board. Thought it might be interesting to correspond since we share "similar" names. Anyway, I do family research as well. Trying to trace back from my ancestor named Samuel Carroll Fraser, b. 1790, Pendleton District, SC, USA. We have no clue as to who his parents were but we do know that they came over here from Scotland around 1775 or so.

Re: CLAN FRASER SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND AND THE UK

Posted: 4 Nov 2002 6:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 28 Nov 2005 10:13AM GMT
Surnames: FRASER
Hello Michael. I thought you we're our editor, we have 3 Michael Frasers in membership. A lot of Frasers settled in Canada after the Battle of Quebec where we fought so as a guess your ancestor could be from the Inverness/Highland area. We aren't in a position to do genealogical work, although we are trying to get all our members' Family Trees together, see our website http://www.fraser-clan.org . Have you tried Scottish Origins, the government site, http://www.scotsorigins.com/ a good place to start and gives details of the new sites that have been set up. Or thought about joining the Highland Family History Society JohnDurran@compuserve.com ? Graeme
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